Triple M's The Big Breakfast host Robin Bailey has confirmed she will leave the station on Friday.
The Brisbane-based presenter opened up in an interview with The Courier Mail, revealing her decision to quit is so that she can spend more time with her husband Sean Pickwell, who has terminal cancer.
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Robin, 50, and Sean, 56, who was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2017, were married in November 2018 after a three year romance.
“We were told [Sean] had six months [left to live] 14 months ago, and that in itself is wonderful it wasn’t the case, but we spent a fair bit of time searching for or believing there was going to be some cures – medical or alternative – and we’re not saying that doesn’t work for some people but he has gotten to a critical point in his journey,” Robin told The Courier Mail.
“This last week was tough and I thought ‘nope, that was it’. I hope this is a miracle and he is here next year, but I need to spend time with my husband and not feel bad about the juggle.”
Robin also opened up to her fans on her Instagram account after their story made the front page of The Sunday Mail.
“This week it became clear to me that I needed to be home for the near future,” she wrote.
“The reason is Sean’s cancer but he wanted the announcement of his terminal diagnosis to be in his words so here we are. I’ve been really cautious about talking about it publicly as it’s not my story to tell.”
"But now you know that all the amazing things I’ve posted here with the wedding and the honeymoon and our trips have all been motivated by making memories for us all and living our best life NOW," she continued.
"Despite the terrible news it’s not over yet ... not by a long shot and I still believe in miracles."
Robin is no stranger to tough times as she tragically lost her first husband Tony Smart, the father of her three sons, to suicide in 2014.